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Tiger Brands writes off R850-million in Nigeria’s Dangote Flour
Tiger Brands writes off R850-million in Nigeria’s Dangote Flour
Tiger Brands, South Africa's largest food company, will write off about half of its investment in Dangote Flour Mills less than two years after...
South Africa imports maize as stocks slump to nine-month low
South Africa imports maize as stocks slump to nine-month low
South Africa is importing yellow maize for the first time in 22 months as stocks of the grain declined to a nine-month low in January, agri-business Senwes has said....
Tiger Brands may cut jobs due to low consumer spending
Tiger Brands may cut jobs due to low consumer spending
Tiger Brands, South Africa’s largest food and household goods company, may consider job cuts as weaker spending in its domestic market erodes...
Tiger re-employs CFO who quit during price-fixing row
Tiger re-employs CFO who quit during price-fixing row
For someone whose exit from Tiger Brands was widely interpreted as a fall from grace, Noel Doyle's quiet return to the JSE-listed food titan is...
Foodcorp fined R88.5-million for price-fixing
Foodcorp fined R88.5-million for price-fixing
"The Competition Commission has reached a settlement with Foodcorp of two separate cartel cases in which it admits to colluding in the pricing...
Cash for growth and dividends
Cash for growth and dividends
Weighty levels of corporate savings are a hot topic globally and local companies have come under pressure from Finance Minister Pravin Gord­han...
The amazing whiteness of local staples
The amazing whiteness of local staples
South African suppliers of staple foods are in a "race with whiteness". In contrast to more advanced economies, the country's maize meal, its...
Judgment reserved in bread price fixing appeal
Judgment reserved in bread price fixing appeal
Judgment was reserved in the Western Cape High Court on Saturday in the appeal by the Black Sash and others against a decision to deny them a class...
South African businesses face backlash in Zimbabwe
South African businesses face backlash in Zimbabwe
It may no longer be business as usual for South African companies operating in Zimbabwe.
Bullish investors brush off R1bn fine
Bullish investors brush off R1bn fine
The market is unfazed by Pioneer Foods's R1-billion fine, with Pioneer's share price hitting a 52-week high of R50 on the day the settlement was...
Patel: Pioneer Foods forced to cut bread price
Patel: Pioneer Foods forced to cut bread price
Pioneer Foods will reduce the sale price of bread and flour products by a total of R160-million as part of a R1,05-billion settlement reached on...
Tiger Brands first-half profit up
Tiger Brands first-half profit up
South African consumer goods firm Tiger Brands on Tuesday reported a 7% rise in first-half headline earnings and said it expects profit for the...

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